This Continuing Legal Education Course features two panels. The first provides an overview of the history and role of state attorneys general, as well as the evolving role of attorneys general in the present day. The second panel features a discussion between two former state attorneys general on emerging trends in enforcement authority and related contemporary legal matters. Panel One: Historical overview of the role of state attorneys general; attorneys general in present day.ROB RAFFETY, JD/MPA, is Adjunct Professor of Law and Public Administration for the George Mason University School of Law and the GMU Department of Public and International Affairs, and the Associate Director of the Regulatory Studies Program and the Government Accountability Project of the Mercatus Center at GMU.HON. HAL STRATTON, JD, is the former attorney general for the State of New Mexico, former chairman of the Consumer Product Safety Commission, Adjunct Professor at George Mason University School of Law Professor, and Senior Counsel in Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreckâs Albuquerque office.Panel Two: Discussion between two former attorneys general on the history and evolution of expanded AG enforcement authority, and the associated consequences thereof.Hon. Peg Lautenschlager, JD, is the former attorney general for the State of Wisconsin, a practicing lawyer and a professor at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.Hon. Jerry W. Kilgore, JD, is the former attorney general for the State of Virginia, and Senior Vice President for Government Relations at McGuireWoods LLP in Richmond, VA.